Job Vacancy: Policy Analyst to work on its European Politics and Institutions programme, EPC. Deadline: 10/01/2016

Policy Analyst to work on its European Politics and Institutions (EPI) programme

The successful candidate should have a solid academic background, a good understanding of EU institutions and policies, as well as experience in organising events. The candidate should have the following profile:

  • University degree in a relevant subject and post-graduate or equivalent, for example, in EU studies and/or EU law
  • At least three years’ relevant work experience, including in policy analysis and organising events
  • Ability to research, write and  present high quality policy analysis
  • Strong interest in European affairs and commitment to European integration
  • Excellent communication and social skills (oral and written)
  • Ability to engage and network with experts and interested stakeholders
  • Ability to work both independently and in a multi-disciplinary team
  • Dynamic, flexible and reliable
  • Fluent in English

Main duties:

  • Implementation of the different projects run by the EPI programme, more specifically the UK-EU Facilitation Forum and New Pact for Europe.
  • Organising events (drafting event proposals, invitations and programmes, contacting speakers, assisting during the events)
  • Liaising with external experts and interested stakeholders, as well as building and maintaining a network
  • Supporting fundraising activities for the programme
  • Research and writing policy analyses

Possible additional responsibilities:

  • Representing the EPC at external events
  • Engaging with media

Start date: February 2016

Terms and conditions: Negotiable. This position is suitable for a free-lancer.

Candidates who meet the above requirements should send by e-mail a motivation letter together with a CV to Ms Maral Bedrossian, – Please mention PAEPI 

Deadline for applications: 10 January 2016